By Robert McRoberts
October 10, 2007
I asked how they could start
this work on something that has not came out for bid. Chief Davis
told me that they had only gotten $100,000. to work with and
they were going to volunteer their time. They wanted me to help.
This is when I thought that this was wrong. As a general contractor
myself I know there is insurance involved. Who is libel if someone
gets hurt, we the people of KGB.
I recommended they put up some
silt fencing since it was a government job. I see he didn't care
for my suggestion. They just keep hauling mud out of there and
making messes. One day Seawatch Drive was a mud bog all the way
up to the corner. Do you think they would even take their water
truck over there and wash it off for us? Sorry -- I had to pay
for that pavement and that makes me mad. Last night a friend
called me asking about that project, he told me it was a big
mess out by his house too. How can this group not abide by what
the government would make us abide by? This work must stop now.
You are taking work away from
qualified people that need the work not some one who has a job
already and can afford to take time off to work for nothing.
This would be high paying jobs for our community and I thought
that was what the borough was looking for.
Chief Davis quit flexing your
power on us.
Received October 11, 2007 - Published October 11, 2007
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